-I. On fluid chlorine. -II. On the condensation of several gases into liquids. [Phil. trans., v. 113, 1823] -III. Historical statement respecting the liquefaction of gases. [Quar. jour. sci., v. 16, 1824] -IV. On the liquefaction and solidification of bodies generally existing as gases. [Phil. trans., v. 135, 1845] -Appendix. [Nicholson, Journal, v. 12-13, 1805-1806] Topic: Gases -- Liquefaction
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Integrated tables of pressure, volume, and temperature for the saturated liquid, from the triple point to the critical point, of oxygen, nitrogen, argon, and parahydrogen are presented.The tables include entries of integral values of temperature in both K Topics: Gases--Liquefaction., Gases--Thermal properties.
Experimental results are given for the absorption coefficient of the liquids hydrogen (three para concentrations), nitrogen, oxygen, carbon monoxide, methane and argon in the wavenumber range 20-250/cm (40-500 milli micros).In addition, data for liquid hy Topics: Infrared spectroscopy., Gases--Liquefaction., Absorption spectra.